Geddings Harry Crawford.

Who's who in New York (city and state) online

. (page 49 of 284)
Online LibraryGeddings Harry CrawfordWho's who in New York (city and state) → online text (page 49 of 284)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook

trustee Amherst Coll.. Packer Collegiate Inst., dir. L.
I. Hist. Library, life mem. Hamilton Club. Address:
128 Henry St., Brooklyn, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. Oswego. N. Y., Sept. IS, 1805; s. Marshall

B. and Marie A. (Carrier) Clarke; grad. Roxbury
(Mass.) Latin Sch., 1884; Harvard Coll., A.B. (with
honors), 1S88; Harvard Law Sch., LL.B.. 1891; m. Dec.
28, L90T, Blanche T. Austin, of Cincinnati, O. Admitted
to N. Y. Bar, 1892; mem. firm of Carter, Hughes &
Dwight, 1895-1902; appt'd ass't dist. att'y N. Y.
County, by William Travers Jerome, Jan. 1, 1902, and
served until Jan. 1, 1900; now practising law. Mem.
Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Soc. Med. Jurisprudence.
Clubs: University, pity, Knollwood Country. Resi-
dence: Maplewood, N. J. Address: 111 Broadway,
N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Columbia, S. C, Oct. 14, 1859; s. Lemuel

C. and Caroline B. (Clarkson) Clarke; grad. Coll. City
of N. Y., A.B., 1880, AJM., 1899; Columbia Coll. Law
Sch., LL.B. (cum laude). 1st prize in municipal law,
1882. Counsel at various times for N. Y. and N. J.
Bridge Co. (State Charter to bridge Hudson River at
N. Y. City), George A. Fuller Co., Edward Kemp Will
case, U. S. & Venezuela Co., owners of Crichfield As-
phalt Concession in Venezuela, cancelled by Castro,
and claim in U. B. State Dep't resulted in sending case
to The Hague Tribunal and settlement for $475,000;
McGivney & Rokeby Construction Co., owners of con-
tract for sewering and paving City of Havana under
Piatt Amendment and Gov. Wood's Proclamation,
claim made through U. S. State Dep't and resulted in
new contract now proceeding to completion; habeaa
corpus in Charlton case involving Italian treaty of
extradition; Unadilla Valley R'y Co., Lake Superior
Corp'n, North River Bridge Co. (charter from Con-
gress to bridge Hudson River at N. Y. City), Dunlap
Estate, counsel for Mexican claimants to land in El
Chamizal Dist., El Paso, Texas, claim arbitrated be-
tween Mexico and U. S. A.; Chamizal Title Co. Mem.
N. Y. State Bar Ass'n, Am. Bar Ass'n, Am. Soc. In-
ternat. Daw, Ass'n Bar City of N. Y. Author: The
Science of Law and Law Making, 1898 (Macmillan):
A Permanent Tribunal of International Arbitration
and other papers. Mem. N. Y. Southern Soc, Colonial
Order of the Acorn. Recreation: Yachiting (owner
of sloop Alala). Clubs: University of N. Y., N. Y.
Y r acht, Larchmont Yacht, Atlantic Yacht, Down Town
Ass'n, Manhattan Chess. Address: 37 Wall St., N.
Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Morristown, N. J., Oct. 18, 1873; s. of
Richard Henry and Ada (Semmes) Clarke; grad. Coll.
of St. Francis Xavier, A.B., 1894; Univ. City of N. Y.,
LL.B., 1895; m. Nov. 11, 1911, Frances Chew. Admitted
to Bar, 1896; engaged in practise in City of N. Y.;
former ass't corp. counsel Law Dep't, City of N. Y.;
surviving mem. law firm Clarke & Clarke. Democrat.
Catholic. Mem. Soc. Ark and Dove, Sons of Revolu-
tion. Clubs: Catholic, Baltusrol Golf, Phi Delta
Phi. Residence: 306 W. 80th St. Address: 61
Chambers St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 6, 1852; s. Samuel
Bryan and Sarah Barney (Belcher) Clarke; ed. in
common schools of Chicopee Falls, Mass.; high school,
Springfield, Mass., 1866-1870; Harvard, A.B., 1874; Har-
vard Law Sch., LL.B., 1876; m. Branford, Conn., Aug.
27, 1879, Sarah L. Rogers (died Feb. 18, 1906); chil-
dren: Edith Cornelia, b. May 8, 1881; Roger Henry,
b. Feb. 1, 3 884. Admitted to bar. 1876, ass't U. S. att'y, '
X. Y'. City, 1877-1885; since 1885 in general prac-
tise as lawyer in N. Y. City; mem. firm Rcot & Strong,
1886-1889; Root & Clarke. 1889-1897; practised alone
1897-1907; later mem. Clarke, Breckenridge & Caffey,
1905, dir. Washington Life Ins. Co. Republican.
Episcopalian. Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., N. Y.
State Bar Ass'n, Am Bar Ass'n, Harvard Law Sch.
Ass'n, Am. Soc. Internat. Law. Clubs: Harvard, Uni-
versity, Union League, Lawyers. Requblican. ResH
dence: 417 Riverside Drive. Address: 32 Nassau
St., N. Y. City.


Art collector and connoisseur; b. N. Y. City Dec
11, 1848; s. Geerge W. and Mary J. Clarke; ed. Wash-
ington Collegiate Inst., N. Y. City; m. N. Y. City, 1871,
Fanny E. Morris; children: Thomas Benedict, Jr., Mrs.
R. Newton, Jr. Founder Clarke Composition prize at
Nat. Acad. Design, N. Y. Mem. Nat. Acad. Design,
Am. Fine Arts Soc, Am. Museum Natural History,
Met. Museum of Art, Chamber cf Commerce. Clubs:
Century, Metropolitan, The Brook, Manhattan, Union
League, Lambs, N. Y. Yacht, N. Y. Athletic. Resi-
dence: 22 E. 35th St. Address: 12 E. 41st St., N.
Y. City.




Sculptor, painter; b. April 25, 1860; s. Charles J. and
Louisa (Semple) Clarke; grad. Princeton, 1882; stu-
dent of painting- and sculpture at Bcole des Beaux
Arts (Paris) and in Rome and Florence; m. Geneva,
Switzerland, 1887, Adelaide Knox. Awarded many-
medals at exp'ns here and abroad; has works of sculp-
ture and painting in public collections in Boston, New
York, San Francisco and Philadelphia. Mem. Nat.
Sculpture Soc, Architectural League, Nat. Acad, of
Design, Royal Soc. of Arts of Great Britain, Nat. Soc.
of Arts and Crafts, Am. Mus. of 'Nat. Hist., Met. Mus.
of Art, N. Y. Zool. Soc. and Nat. Geog. Soc. Clubs:
Princeton. Century, University (N. Y. City). Address:
Lenox, Mass.


Editor; b. Richmond, Va., May 12, 1855; s. Dr. Dougan
and Sarah J. (Bates) Clarke; parents removed to In-
diana in 1856; ed. in private schools and three years
in Earlham Coll.; m. N. Y. City, May 28, 1903, Kath-
arine Strickland, of Dakewood, Ont. Since 1S73 mem.
editorial staff of the St. Nicholas Magazine, becoming
ass't editor. 187S-1893, in succession to Prank R.
Stockton; asso. editor. 1893-1905, and upon the death
of Mary Mapes Dodge in 1905 became editor-in-chief.
Clubs: Aldine, Barnard. The Players. Address: Care
Century Co., 33 E. 17th St., N. Y. City.


Journalist; b. Blackstone, Mass., Jan. 31, 1869; s.
Mitchell and Elisabeth (Rafger) Clarkin; m. N. Y.
City, 1896; Clara Hobart Cross, d. James Madison and-
Hannah (Cole) Cross, of Providence, R. I. Sunday-
editor Providence Journal, 1891; roving correspendent
N. Y. Evening Post, 1897-1906, Spanish-Am. War, 1898,
!Russo-Jajpanese War, 1904, etc. N. Y. representative
Boston Transcript. Mem. Nat. Geog. Soc. Met. Museum
of Art. Club: City. Address: 201 W. 81st St.. N. Y.


Writer; b. Urbana, O.; reared in Springfield, O.; d.
John Gilson (M.D.) and Eliza Ann (Henkle) Howell;
ed. Iowa Central Univ., A.B., A.M.; m. 1867. James S.
Clarkson then editor Iowa State Register; three sons:
Ooker Fifield, Harold Ret, Grosvenor Blaine. Lived in
Pella, Iowa, 4 years; Des Moines. 20 years; N. Y. City,
22 years. Author: A Beautiful Life and its Associa-
tions, 1899; also political letters, magazine articles,
and fiction. Pres. Iowa New Yorkers. Mem. Woman
Suffrage Party. Club: Woman's Press. Address: Sleepy
Hollow Farm, Tarrytown, N. Y.


Real estate agent; b. Clermont, Columbia Co., N. Y.,
Mar. 30, 1858; s. Thomas Streatfleld and Mary (Whit-
marsh) Clarkson; grad. Columbia Coll., Ph.B., 1881;
m. Wappinger's Falls. N. Y., Oct. 4, 1898, Maria Mesier
Reese. In real estate business since graduation; now
partner firm of Ogden & Clarkson. Honorary gov.
Real Estate B'd of Brokers. Mem. Delta Psi frater-
nity, trustee N. Y. Dispensary; chm'n comm'n appt'd by
Gov. Hughes under Chapter 628 of laws cJf 1907 to in-
vestigate the Torrens System of Registering Titles to
Land, and report if it should be adopted in the State
of N. Y Clubs: University, St. Anthonv. Residence:
Merrick,' L. I. Address: 17 W. 30th St., N. Y. City.


Former surveyor of customs, Port of N. Y. ; b. in
Ind., 1S42; removed to Iowa, 1S56; ed. in public schools;
m. 1867, Anna Howell. Became school teacher, 1859; in
employ of Daily State Register, Des Moines. Iowa, as
printer foreman, business mg'r, and editor. 1862-1870;
with brother, late Richard P. Clarkson, purchased the
paper, 1870, sold his interest 1891; postmaster, Des
Moines, Iowa, 1871-1877; first ass't postmaster-gen. U.
S., 18S9-1890, resigned 1890; surveyor of customs, Port
of N. Y., 1902-1910. Republican; chm'n Iowa State
Rep. Com., 1866, and for years after; mem. Nat. Rep.
Com.. 1SS4-1896 (chm'n, 1890-1892); mem. all Rep. Nat.
Convs.. 1880-1896; pTes. Republican League of U. S..
1891-1892. Organized and "was pres. of company which
constructed five of the railways into Des Moines. la.;
pres. N. Y. & N. J. Bridge Co., organized to construct
a suspension bridge over the Hudson at 59th St., with
terminals. Address: Sleepy Hollow Farm, Tarrvtown,
N. Y.


Mn'g editor, Jamestown Journal; b. Hendersonvillc,
Mercer Co., Pa.; s. Joseph and Patty (Armstrong!
Clary; ed. Sandy Lake (Pa.) public schs. ; m. Sandv
Lake. Pa., March 14, 1SS3, Elizabeth Eberman; children:
Albert B cd., -eased). Fay A., Frederick E., Rebekah.
Editor Jamestown Journal; v.- Journal Pointing Co.;
dir. Farmers' and Mechanics' own. N. Y.

Re] i ilican; alderman, City of Jamestown, 1892-1893;
supervisor of Jamestown, 1893-1903; pres. Jamestown
Common Council, 1912-1913. Address, Jamestown, N. Y.


Physician; b. July 7, 1857; s. Elias and Caroline
Mary (Pickett) Classen; grad. Albany Med. Coll. (Union
Univ.), M.D., 1881; m. Albany, N. Y., Nov. 15, 1881, Ella
Jean McCracken; one son, Philip Luke, b. Nov. 10,

1885. Democrat; Presbyterian. Mem. Med. Soc. State
of N. Y.. Albany Countv Med. Soc. Mason, 33". Ad-

315 Hamilton St", Albany, N. Y.


Clergyman; b Newport, Ky., 1852; s. Rev. Chas. E.
and Augusta (Heun) Clausen; grad. Nashotah (Wis.)
Theol. Sem., A.B., 1873; B.D., 1.876; m. Utica. N. Y.,

1886, Sarah G. Wolcott; children: Samuel Wolcott,
Mary Augusta. Ordered deacon, 1876, and ordained
priest, 1877, by Bishop Talbot. Rector Grace Episcopal
Ch., Lafayette, Ind., 1876-1881; Ch. of Holy Cross.
Utica, N. Y., 3 881-1886; Trinity, Oanaseraga, N. Y..
1886-1891; rector emeritus St. John's Ch., Canandaigua,
N. Y., since 1891, Address: Canandaigua, N. Y.


Farmer, banker; b. N. Y. City, Jan. 6, 1875; s. Henry
and Mary (Stocky) Clausen; ed. Phillips Exeter Acad.,
Yale Univ.. Ph.B., 1897; post-grad, course at Cornell
Univ.; m. N. Y. City, Dec. 14, 1904, Marie Troescher;
children: Hildegarde, 'b. 1906; Marie Louise, b. 1909;
Bertha, b. 1912. Engaged in farming in Schoharie
County. Pres., First Nat. Bank, Sharon Springs, N. Y. ;
v.-p. Tight Joint Co.; dir. Clausen-Flanagan Brewery,
United Eng'ring and Contracting Co. Democrat. Mem.
Zeta Psi fraternity; ex-mem. of Squadron A, N. G. N. Y.
Cluhs: Yale, Lotos, Automobile of America, Salmagundi
(N. Y. City). Address: Sharon Springs, Schoharie
Co., N. Y.


Writer; b. Troy, N. Y Aug. 13, 1873; s. Walter B.
and Julia A. (Wilson) Clauson; attended Rutland (Vt.)
high sen., Amherst Coll.. class of 1897; m. Rutland,
June 17, 1903, Bertha V. Stickney. Did newspaper
work at Albany, N. Y., Worcester, Mass., Providence,
R. I.; six years editor Providence Sunday Journal;
editor on staff of Frank A. Munsey Co. magazinees,
1910-1911; contb'r to leading magazines. Mem. Delta
Kappa Epsilon fraternity, Modern Records Historic
Ass'n. Clubs: National Arts, New York; Providence
Art., Dutch Treat. Address: National Arts Club, N. Y.


Actress; b. N. Y. City, 1850; d. Spencer Wallace Cone;
grand-d. Rev. Spencer Houghton Cone; m. Mar. 3, 1878,
Charles Stevenson; appeared first with Lotta, Chicago,
later becoming mem. Daly's Fifth Av. Co. and Union
Sq. Co. First attracted attention as Mathilde in Led
Astray, 1873; also as Louise in The Two Orphans, play-
ing in Brooklyn Theatre when it caught fire, Dec. 5,
1876; again was in fire of Southern Hotel, St. Louis;
with her coolness and courage saved her own and
brother's life; played in Charles Reade's Double Mar-
riage and Sea of Ice. Address: Larchmont Manor, N. Y.

Physician and surgeon; b. Bridgeport, O., June 8,
1860; s. H. M. B. and Nancy (.Magill) Clayland; ed.
Bridgeport High Sch., Ohio Med. Coll., M.D., 1884; N. Y.
Post-Grad. Med. Coll.; m. May 31, 1911, Coroline Mere-
dith of Kittanning, Pa.; one d.: Margaret Meredith.
Engaged in general practice at Silver Lake, Kan., 1884-
1860; s. H. M. B. and Nancy (Magill) Clayland; ed.
practice in Brooklyn, N Y.. since 1892; Orthopaedic
surgeon to St. Mary's and Jewish Hosps. Formerly
mavor of Silver Lake, Kan. Democrat. Mem. Am
Med. Ass'n. N. Y. State Med. Soc, Kings County Med.
Soc. Brooklyn Surg. Soc. Address: 150 Hewes St.,
Brooklyn, X. Y.

Jurist, publicist; b. West Point, N. Y., Sept. 11, 184S;
s. Isaac and Emily Baoudoin (Trumpbour) Clearwater;
of Dutch and Huguenot ancestry; ed. Old Anthon Latin
Grammar 'Sch., N. Y. City; Kingston (N. Y.) Acad.;
LL.D. from Rutgers Coll., 1903, for distinction in public
service; m. 1875, Anna Houghtaling, d. Col. William D.
Farrand of San Francisco. Admitted to bar, Nov.,
1871; elected Dist. Att'y of Ulster Co.. N. Y., 1877; re-
elected, 1S80, 1883. Declined nomination for Congress.
1884, 1886. Repeatedly delegate to Republican Nat.,
State, Judicial, Cong, and Senatorial Convs. Elected
County Judge of Ulster Co., X. Y.. 1S89; re-elected.
1895; resigned. 1898, to accept apptm't by Gov. as Jus-
tice Supreme Court of X. Y., in place of Alton B. Par-
ker, then elected Chief Judge Court of Appeals; appt'd
b3 Gov. mem. State Probation Comm'n. 1909. re-appt'd
1913. Trustee of Rutgers Coll.; delegate of N. Y. State



Bar Ass'n to Universal Congress of Lawyers and Jur-
ists, held i:i connection with La. Purchase Exp'n 1904,
Ohm'ri of com. N. v. .state Bar Ass'n to suggest reform
in introduction of med. expert testimony In civil and
criminal trials, and chm'n joint corns, of that ass'n of

X. Y. State Med. Soc, H I op i: lie Med. Soc. of State.

Acad, of Medicine, Soc. of Med. .Jurisprudence, to urge
passage of a law regulating introduction of :hat testi-
mony. At request of editor of .North Am. Review, and
X. Y. Acad, of Medicine, wrote an article upon Med.
Expert Testimony which appeared in June. 1909, num-
ber. App't mem. Hudson-Fulton Celebration Comm'n,
1006; at request of David Dudley Field, prepared many
of provisions of Penal Code and Code Criminal Proce-
dure of N. Y'. App't comm'r 1S95 to supervise transla-
tion from Dutch into English of the Dutch Records of
Ulster Co. (1661-16S4); completed the work, 1S98. One
of founders and tirst v. -p. for Ulster Co. of Holland
Soc, pres. of that soc. and one of its trustees; one of
founders and since formation v. -p. Huguenot Soc. of
America; v. -p. old Senate House Ass'n of Kingston;
pres. Ulster Hist. Soc; mem. St. Nicholas Soc. of N. Y.
City (mg'r 1912), Sons of Revolution, Am. Bar Ass'n,
N. Y. State Bar Ass'n; pres. Ulster County Bar Ass'n;
honorary mem. St. Andrews Soc. of Charleston, S. C. ;
mem. N. Y. Hist. Soc, Huguenot Soc. of London, S.
Carolina, and New Paltz; Ex Libris Soc, of London;
Peace Soc of N. Y'., in recognition of gifts and loans
of early Am. silver was elected, 1912, honorary fellow
(life) of Met. Mus. of Art, N. Y'.; mem. Am. Scenic and
Historical Preservation Soc; Hist. Soc of Newburgh
Bay and Highlands; Am. Numismatic Soc; Minnisink
Hist. Soc; corr. mem. Hist. Soc. of various states.
Edited an authoritative history of Ulster Co., 1907.
Has written many papers and delivered frequent ad-
dresses in America, Holland and France upon the In-
fluence of the Dutch and Huguenots in formation of
Am. Republic; has a large collection of original and
unpublished manuscripts relative to that subject. De-
livered address at opening of great Protestant mission
at Menilmontant, Paris, France, June, 1888, and re-
sponse to address of welcome to Holland Soc. made by
Burgomaster of Rotterdam, Holland, on occasion of
visit of Holland Soc. to that country, 18S8. Has been
an extensive contb'r to hist, literature, contributing to
North Am. Review. Author: The Influence of the
Dutch and Huguenots in the formation of the Am. Re-
public; Louis xrv. and the Revocation of the Edict of
Nantes; The Huguenot settlement at New Paltz. in
Ulster County; Huguenot Medals in the British Mu-
seum; Founders of New Amsterdam; Dutch Governors
of N. Y".; The Jurists of Holland; Dutchman of Albany
and the Iroquois; Lord North and the Am. Colonists:'
Ulster in the War of the Revolution; The Adoption of
the First Constitution of N. Y. at Kingston, 1777: The
Struggle for the Highlands During War of the Revo-
lution; The Inaugural of George Clinton, First Consti-
tutional Gov. of N. Y. at Kingston. Delivered notable
memorial addresses upon life and services of Abraham
Lincoln, Gen Ulysses S. Grant, and William MeKinley;
an address upon Ulster in the War of the Rebellion;
Protest against the Destruction of the City Hall of N.
Y. ; Significance of Dutch Local Names; Antiquitv of
Free Masonry: The Trial of Christ from the Stand-
point of a Roman Lawyer of the Time of Tiberius.
Has written extensively on criminological, legal and
public matters, including: Heredity and Criminal Pro-
pensity; Lombroso and the Danger of Sentimental
Criminology; Moral Accountability of Criminals:
Goethe and the Sentimentalists. At request of King-
ston Literary Club, prepared and read before it an ad-
dress upon Delusions: and for N. Y. Hist. Soc, upon
the Undervaluation of Am. Citizenship: delivered an-
nual address, Sept., 1913. At request of N. Y. State
Bar Ass'n. prepared and read at its annual meeting
Jan., 1906. a"n address upon the Disregard of Law.
Recreations: Golf, automobiling. Clutos: Union League.
Metropolitan, Grolier (N. Y. City), Automobile of
America, Kingston tone of founders, gov. and former
Pres.). Twaalfskill Golf (pres. and one of founders).
Address: 316 Albany Av., Kingston, N. Y.

Born in Calif.. May 30. 1853: d. Col. William D. Far-
rand (of San Francisco) and Julia, d. Henry Houghtal-
ing. of Kingston. N. Y.: ed. at old Spanish Convent,
Santa Cruz. Calif.; m. Judge Alphonso T. Clearwater.
One of founders of Wiltwyck Chapter. Daughters Am.
Revolution. Author: The Old Senate House of King-
ston. Its Traditions and Associations. Address: 316
Albany Av., Kingston. N. Y.


Real estate; b. N. Y. City, March 18. 1864; s. Joseph
and Elizabeth (Fitzgerald) Cleary; ed. public schools
and St. Francis Xavier's Coll.; m. Flushing, L. I., June
3. 1901, Elizabeth A. Lippman. Pres. Fidelity Land
& Mortgage Co.: v.-p. Carmansville Realty Co.; treas.

Realty Sellers No. 1, Really Sellers No. 2; treas Brody
Building Co.; sec. and dir. Bridgeport & Wilkes-Barre
Co., N. Y. & Fall River Co., Palisade Park Amusement
Co. Republican. Catholic. Mem. Republican ''.>.
Com. 23d Dist., N. Y.; Corrigan Council Knights of Co-
lumbus: Long Island Real Estate Exchange; trustee
St. Johns Hosp., L. I. City; v.-p. Republican Club 23d
Assembly District; Lloyd Aspinwall Post, G. A. R., as-
so. mem. Address: 414 W. 121st St., N. Y. City.

Water transportation; b. Kllenville, Ulster Co., N.
Y.; s. Patri k and Hanora (O'Brien) Cleary; ed. El-
lenvllle, public and high schs.; m. Ellenvllle, N. Y.,
April 5, 1874, Mary Riley; children: Edward, b. 1S75;
Philips 11.. b. 1876; William, to. 1878; Mary, b. 1883; Ju-
lia, b. 1883; Robert, b. 1887. Moved to Brooklyn. 1879;
in business as merchant, canal forwarder and in gen-
eral lighterage ever since; pres. Clearv Bros.; v.-p.
Lake Champlain Transportation Co.; treas. Nassau
Sand & Gravel Co., dir. B'd of Trade and Transportation
and Maritime Exchange, N. Y. City; mem. S. Brooklyn
B d of Trade, Terminal Com. Merchants' Ass'n. Active
in 4th Av. Subway agitation, and in S. Brooklyn
Dock Terminal improvement. Pres. Citizens' Ass'n of
Bay Ridge and Fort Hamilton; mem. Mf'rs Ass'n of
Brooklyn, Brooklyn League; one of the first and most
persistent advocates of canal improvement, and active
in securing adoption of the canal plank in the Con-
stitutional Convention of 1894. Clubs: Ridge (pres.),
Brooklyn Democratic Residence: Shore Road, Brook-
lyn. Address: 17 South St., N. Y. City.

Lawyer; b. Russell, N. Y., Mar. 6, 1855; s. Francis
and Harriet (Ellsworth) Cleaveland; ed. St. Lawrence
Univ., B.A., 1877, M.A., 1882; m. Canton, N. Y., Dec. 16
1SS9, Sarah Abbie Kendall; one d., Dorothy Kendall b'
Jan. 30, 1891. Admitted to bar, 1879. Deputy county
clerk. St. Lawrence Co.. 1883-1888; trustee since 1891,
sec. B*d Trustees since 1893, St. Lawrence Univ. Mem
State Bar Ass'n, Phi Beta Kappa, Beta Theta Pi. Ad-
dress: Canton, N. Y.


Lawyer; b. N. Y. City, Feb. 22, 1851; s. William J.
and Ann M. Clement; ed. Quackenbos Collegiate Inst.,
N. Y. City; Columbia Coll., Law Dep't, LL.B. ; studied
law in offices of Charles O'Connor and B. F. Dunning.
Was editor (Port Jervis Gazette about 1873; returned
to N. Y'. City about 1876, where has since practised
profession; was law partner of Horatio C. King until
latter's removal to Brooklyn. Was an officer on staff
of Col. William Seward, 9th Eegiment, N. G S N Y
Mem. Ass'n Bar City of N. Y., Law Inst., N. Y\, State
Bar Ass'n. Editor: Annotated edition of the Code of
Civil Procedure of the State of New York; author of
legal work on Fire Insurance. Residence: 551 W 152d
St. Address: 2 Rector St., N. Y. City.


Lawyer; b. Bristol, Ontario Co., N. Y., Oct. 12, 1856;
of French Huguenot descent: ed. common schools and
Canandaigua Acad.; m. Canandaigua. N. Y., Dec. 12,
1883, Clara Mower Fitch; seven children. Worked on
farm and taught school until 1877; studied law at
Canandaigua, N. Y.; admitted to bar, 1880, and prac-
tised there until 1S96. Served as clerk and att'y for
town and village of Canandaigua, and elected, 1905, as
pres. of the village; dist. att'y Ontario Co., 1887-1893.
Became a prominent advocate of revision of the excise
laws to include high license, and assisted in prepara-
tion of the Raines liquor-tax law; deputy comm'r of
excise, 1896-1906; appt'd by Gov. Higgins, May 2, 1906,
State comm'r of excise. Has lectured on excise ques-
tion before various org'ns, colleges and societies.
Royal Arch Mason. Residence: Canandaigua, N. Y
Official address: 109 State St., Albany, N. Y.


Mining geologist and eng'r; b. Montgomery Ala.,
Feb. 12. 1869; s. Rufus Hargrove and Martha L'avinia
(Bugbee) Clements; grad. Univ. of Ala., B.A., 1887;
went abroad immediately and remained until 1892,
studying at various univs.: 18S7-1890, Univ. of Leip-
zig, Ph.D.; Summer semester, 1890, Mining Acad,
Freiberg, Saxony; Winter semester 1890-1891. Univ
of Munich; Summer semester, 1891. Univ. of Heidel-
berg; Winter 1891-1892, College de France, Paris.
Ass't on Geol. Survey of Ala., 1892-1893; ass't prof,
economic geology. LTniv. of Wis.. 1893-1902: also, 1893-
1902, ass't geologist. U. S. Geol. Survey. Has traveled
over Europe, Canada. U. S., Mexico, and Western S.
America. Mem. Geol. Soc. America, A.A.A.S., Nat.
Geog. Soc, Am. Inst, of Mining Eng'rs, Mining and
Metallurgical Soc. of Am. Mem. Kappa Alpha frater-
nity. Joint author: Crystal Falls Iron-Bearing District
of Michigan. Monograph 36. U. S. Geol. Survey. Author:
Vermillion Iron-Bearing District of Minnesota Mono-



graph 45 and Atlas, U. S. Geol. Survey, and various
shorter articles in scientific magazines. Clubs: En-
gineers' (N. Y.), Cosmos (Washington). Residence:
Engineers' Club. Address: 20 Broad St., N. Y. City.


Clergyman; b. Wash'ngton, D. C, Sept. 17, 1853; s.
George and Charlotte Clendenin; ed. Columbian Univ.,
Princeton, 1870 (S.T.D., Nashotah, 1803); m. Gabrielle,
d. late Horace Greeley. Ordained to priesthood, 1880,
by Bishop Seymour; rector St. George's Ch., Belleville,
111., 1S80-1883; Grace Ch., Cleveland, O., 1883-1887; St.
Peter's Ch., Westchester Av N. Y. City, since 1887.
Took leading part in successful movement for annexa-
tion of West Chester to N. Y. City. Author: Idols by
the Sea and Other Sermons; The Name of the Church;
also reviews, articles, addresses, pamphlets. Mem.
Authors' Guild, Churchmen's Ass'n. Clubs: City, New
York. Address: The Rectory, West Chester, N. Y.

Lumber dealer; b. Albany, N. Y., April 22, 1874; s.

Online LibraryGeddings Harry CrawfordWho's who in New York (city and state) → online text (page 49 of 284)